Is it me or are egg whites popping up on blogs like whoa?
For some reason, it seems like a lot of people are concerned with the egg yolk because of the fat and cholesterol associated with it.
I’ve done the whole “low-fat, high protein” thing, but it didn’t work for me. It was tasteless and completely unsatisfying.
It’s supposed to be the incredible, edible egg, not egg white.
The egg yolk makes up about 33% of the weight of an egg and contains about 50-60 calories depending upon the egg size.
- Egg yolks contain 18 different amino acids which are necessary for healthy human growth.
- Egg yolks also contain most of the egg’s calcium, iron, and zinc.
- Egg yolks are rich in vitamin A, D, and E which are important for healthy eyes and bones, as well as other essential human functions.
A few days ago, I received a few local products from Greenling DFW delivered right to my door!
Greenling is a service that provides delivery for organic, local groceries and produce.
I was the most excited about receiving a dozen fresh, local, organic eggs.
Is it me or are farm fresh eggs one of the best things in the world?
I don’t think I can go back to regualr eggs after having these!
As soon as I received them, I made a few sunny side up eggs to have for lunch.
Unless my eggs are scrambled, it’s essential for the yolk to be runny. I dry yolk is so unappetizing to me for some reason!
As most of you know, an egg sandwich is one of my favorite meals.
Eggs keep me full and satisfied due to the combination of fat and protein. When you add in some carbs (from bread, rice, quinoa, ect…) and a vegetable side dish, you have a complete, satisfying meal!
Yolk or white? What do you prefer?